XLARGE Honors Playboy's Colorful Legacy With Graphic-Heavy Capsule
Glossed with vintage magazine covers from the ’50s to ’80s.
Though Playboy recently announced the end of its 66-year-old print publication, Playboy‘s legacy remains. XLARGE has unveiled a new capsule that honors the magazine’s rich history, crafting a series of bold streetwear staples in a graphic-heavy capsule.
Featured is a concise spread of coach jackets, T-shirts and pants, emblazoned with images of vintage Playboy covers that have been put together in high-contrast collages — each piece is available either in monochrome or in color. Leading the capsule is the coach jacket. It boasts a relatively boxy fit with slim collars, contrasting black buttons and adjustable drawstrings at the hem. Displaying vintage magazine covers from the ’50s to ’80s, the graphics gloss over the entire piece, separated by thin black frames. As a final touch, a subtle “Playboy” patch logo is placed at the upper left chest, while sleek black satin appears at the inner lining. The T-shirt and the pants both come with the same graphics as well as the tiny patch logo as finishing touches to the designs.
The Playboy x XLARGE 2020 capsule is currently available on XLARGE’s website, ranging from $60 – $130 USD.
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